Turncoats and RINOs are rolling over for the Democrats once again, as they congratulate Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden on his “victory.”
Despite numerous allegations of voter fraud and irregularities, and the mountains of evidence produced by various sources, weak “Republicans” are showing their true nature as turncoats as they recognize Joe Biden‘s “win.”
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell gave a statement on the Senate floor on Tuesday after the Electoral College had met.
“I want to congratulate President-elect Joe Biden,” McConnell said..
“Many of us had hoped the presidential election would yield a different result. But our system of government has the processes to determine who will be sworn in on Jan. 20. The Electoral College has spoken,” he continued.
The RINO leader also referred to Biden as someone “who has devoted himself to public service for many years,” and congratulated Kamala Harris, saying “all Americans can take pride that our nation has a female vice president-elect for the very first time.”
Republican Senator Lamar Alexander joined in, waving the white flag of surrender and begging President Trump to do the same. “I hope that President Trump will put the country first, take pride in his considerable accomplishments and help president-elect Biden get off to a good start,” Alexander wrote in a statement.
Michigan Speaker of the House Lee Chatfield shared his statement about the election on Twitter, trying to play both sides by claiming he “worked hard” for President Trump, and that he is “still looking” into allegations of irregularities, but ultimately concluding: “I know this isn’t the outcome some want. It isn’t what I want, either. But we have a republic if we can keep it. And I intend to.”
Please see my statement below regarding the Electors and the Presidential election. pic.twitter.com/9qGKs1WXL4
— Lee Chatfield (@LeeChatfield) December 14, 2020
“At some point you have to face the music,” said Senate Majority Whip John Thune, of South Dakota. “Once the Electoral College settles the issue today, it’s time for everybody to move on.”
Senator Mike Braun also called for surrender, saying that he is “disappointed” by the outcome, but that “we must put aside politics and respect the constitutional process that determines the winner of out Presidential election.”
“It certainly looks that way, and I think it’s time to turn the page and begin a new administration,” said Senator Shelley Moore Capito of West Virginia.
Senator Rob Portman of Ohio also released a statement about the election: “Although I supported President Trump, the Electoral College vote today makes clear that Joe Biden is now President-Elect.”
“I am raising my hand and committing to to work with Joe Biden,” said Representative Fred Upton of Michigan.
Former President George W. Bush and his brother Jeb Bush also joined in. “I just talked to the President-elect of the United States, Joe Biden,” George W. Bush said in a statement on Sunday, referring to Biden as a “good man who has won his opportunity to lead and unify our country.”
Known turncoat Senator Mitt Romney tweeted: “Ann and I extend our congratulations to President-elect Joe Biden and Vice President-elect Kamala Harris. We know both of them as people of good will and admirable character. We pray that God may bless them in the days and years ahead.”
Ann and I extend our congratulations to President-elect Joe Biden and Vice President-elect Kamala Harris. We know both of them as people of good will and admirable character. We pray that God may bless them in the days and years ahead.
— Mitt Romney (@MittRomney) November 7, 2020
Representative Adam Kinzinger of Illinois congratulated Biden on Twitter, insinuating that the two parties competed “honorably”. Kinzinger wrote: “Sofia and I extend our Congratulations to Joe Biden and Kamala Harris. Our nation deserves two competing parties who can work together when possible, and compete honorably when not.”
Sofia and I extend our Congratulations to Joe Biden and Kamala Harris. Our nation deserves two competing parties who can work together when possible, and compete honorably when not.
— Adam Kinzinger (@RepKinzinger) November 7, 2020
Representative Tom Reed of New York also tweeted congratulations to Biden:
— Tom Reed (@RepTomReed) November 7, 2020
“This election was hard-fought by both candidates and ultimately the voters chose them for the job,” tweeted Rep. Paul Mitchell of Michigan, adding, “America now looks to you to lead our country and unite us for the common good.”
Senator Susan Collins of Maine said, in a statement congratulating the former vice president, that Biden “loves this country.”
NPR reported that four other “Republican” Senators have acknowledged Joe Biden’s “victory”: Senator Roy Blunt of Missouri, Senator John Cornyn of Texas, Senator Thom Tillis of North Carolina, and Senator Kevin Cramer of North Dakota.
An exhaustive list created by Forbes of the rest of the turncoats acknowledging Joe Biden’s “victory” includes: Rep. Don Young (R-Alaska), Sen. Lisa Murkowski (R-Alaska), Retiring Rep. Francis Rooney (R-Fla.), Former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice, Rep. Don Bacon (R-Neb.), Sen. Ben Sasse (R-Neb.), Rep. John Shimkus (R-Ill.), Former Vice President Dan Quayle, New Hampshire Gov. Chris Sununu, former National Security Adviser John Bolton, Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson, and Sen. Pat Toomey (R-Pa.).
These RINO turncoats have a long track record of pushing back against Democrats when they need to rile up their base, but ultimately rolling over, bending to the left-wing narrative, and allowing Democrat policies to be enacted. They do not stand for the will of the Republican voters, or the American people.
At Least One Republican Left Standing
Surprisingly, Senator Lindsey Graham is still on President Trump‘s side. “I’d call him Joe until he gets sworn in,” Graham said.
“It’s a very, very narrow path for the president. But having said that, I think we’ll let those legal challenges play out,” he added.